The Free Press
Tel: 01223 368337
Classic traditional pub close to Parker's Piece with snug and walled garden. No mobile phones. Good value food including home-made soups and pasta.
Part of building was a printing press which circulated a free Cambridge newspaper. Home of the famous Free Press Zebras Football Club.
|Real ales||6 (Greene King)||Outside seating||50|
|Wines by glass||12||Late licence||No|
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Craig and Jenna welcome you to their unspoilt and traditional pub serving six well-conditioned ales and changing guests all served in oversized glasses so you can come and enjoy a full pint! Freshly prepared seasonal menu. Our secluded garden remains smoke-free. Large delection of spirits - 24 Malt Whisky. The Free Press has always been one of the city's and even the countries favourite pubs, and we believe it's because the pub offers a traditional feel in a market were everyone is going big and bold, wooden floors and aluminium fittings with keg beers, cold keg beers, extra cold keg beers and so on. It's hard to explain to you here, but once you have experienced the Free Press you will know what we mean.
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Good report here (Feb 2012) from Beer Talk
A timeless classic, features in all the good pub guides.
Cambridge & District CAMRA says... http://pubs.cambridge-camra.org.uk/
This intimate, friendly pub serves high-quality food as well as great beer, including the rare XX Mild. Guests are from GK's seasonal and guest lists. An inn for 120 years, it nearly closed as part of the Kite redevelopment in the 1970s when the interior was reduced to a shell. Most of what you see now is a loving reconstruction though the tiny snug was part of the original pub. It was named (tongue in cheek) after a temperance movement newspaper which lasted for just one edition! Mobile phone use is not allowed. Well-supervised children and dogs welcome. Behind the pub is an intimate walled garden.
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